The critical theory of Robert W. Cox: fugitive or guru?
This book, some 20 years after the publication of Robert W. Cox's seminal Production, Power and World Order: Social Forces in the Making of History, offers the reader an analytical and comprehensive overview of his work and illustrates the continuing relevance thereof for contemporary research.
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